Frequently Asked CPAP Questions

View common questions about CPAP therapy and usage issues.

Please don't hesitate to contact CPAP Club if you require further information or assistance selecting your cpap equipment.


In most cases snoring with CPAP is not normal. Using your CPAP should stop your snoring. What should you do if it returns?

Why has my daytime sleepiness or fatigue symptoms returned?

Is your CPAP therapy keeping you awake at night?

Waking up with a dry mouth, scratchy throat or a stuffy nose from your CPAP can be unpleasant and discouraging, but there are things you can do.

There are a range of features you can use to improve airflow for a better night's sleep.

CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airways Pressure. And it is the most effective way to treat sleep apnoea.

There are many benefits related to CPAP treatment. And regularly using CPAP results in positive outcomes for most users.

CPAP treatment will stop your sleep apnea and snoring straight away.

CPAP treatment needs to be used when ever sleep.

If you are finding it difficult to fall asleep with CPAP you could try the following:

If you start snoring again or feel your daytime sleepiness symptoms returning you should first contact us